Sleep symptom of daytime drowsiness, but I don't even snore. . . Why am I drowsy?

?sleep apnea. Sleep apnea often goes on for years without the patient knowing. It is a common cause of day sleepiness. It does not have to be associated with snoring.

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I have a short neck compared to my length but I don't snore. Can I have sleep apnea without snorig. Suffering from drowsiness and morning headaches?

See below. You may not realize you snore at night. Additionally, it is not so much snoring that makes up sleep apnea, but the gasping or choking for breath at night periodically. With those other symptoms you have as well, it is recommended you see a sleep medicine doctor for evaluation. Hope that helps! Read more...

200mg modafinil+225efexor, severe sleep bruxism snoring, hb >15 beats increased, drowsiness, I can't see psychiatrist every week. My life is falling.

Bite Splint /Valium. Hi rabbit bit, call your psychiatrist to see if he wants to lower effexor, try r-modafanil (nuvigil), try pristiq, (desvenlafaxine) try valium or simply go with a cheap store- bought bite splint for now and hope you will adjust and the bruxing will stop(it did for me), or whether you need a dentist-made bite splint (probably the best solution at your age so as not to destroy the enamel on the chewing surfaces). Read more...
Time for a checkup. It sounds like things are not going so well so i would try to get in and see someone. It also may be helpful to call your psychiatrist and see if they advise you as to next step. If things seem overwhelming you may want to consider going to an academic medical center emergency department and see if you can get a second opinion from an on call psychiatrist. Stay safe! Read more...

Is there any probably relation between ssris or beta blockers and sleep apnea? .I had snoring +nightmare and now drowsiness. Best regards to all drs.

Associations Below. Selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors were associated with a lower percentage of rapid eye movement sleep and lower sleep efficiency values in patients with osa, compared with those not taking any medications. The use of ß-adrenergic receptor-blocking agents had no consistent associations with the indexes of sleep architecture. www.aasmnet.org/jcsm/articles/020208.pdf?. Read more...